28 November 2007
A gold and enamel sash badge of the Order of the White Eagle
marked with Cyrillic initials AK with the Imperial warrant, St. Petersburg, circa 1890
The black enamel Imperial Russian Eagle applied with red enamel cross surmounted by white enamel Polish Eagle, surmounted by a red guilloché ae enamel Imperial crown
3 5/8 in. (9 cm.) high
Félix Faure, French president (1895-1899).
Then by direct descent.
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